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'''In the Future, There will be Robots''' is a play advertised on many radio stations in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]], it takes place in the Vice City Art Center. It stars [[Claude Maginot]], who also helped produce the play. He was also interviewed by [[Amy Sheckenhausen]] on the radio station [[K-Chat]] to promote the play.
 
'''In the Future, There will be Robots''' is a play advertised on many radio stations in [[Grand Theft Auto: Vice City]], it takes place in the Vice City Art Center. It stars [[Claude Maginot]], who also helped produce the play. He was also interviewed by [[Amy Sheckenhausen]] on the radio station [[K-Chat]] to promote the play.
  
It's players seem to wear sequined, exceptionally tight clothes, particularily pants. It seems that the play is poorly received, as people have described it as 'Difficult to put into English.' [[Morgan Merryweather]] seems to genuinely enjoy the play, as he calls into [[K-Chat]] to talk to Maginot when he is being interviewed on the station.
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It's players seem to wear sequined, exceptionally tight clothes, particularly pants. It seems that the play is poorly received, as people have described it as 'Difficult to put into English.' [[Morgan Merryweather]] seems to genuinely enjoy the play, as he calls into [[K-Chat]] to talk to Maginot when he is being interviewed on the station.
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Latest revision as of 00:38, 28 September 2010

In the Future, There will be Robots is a play advertised on many radio stations in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, it takes place in the Vice City Art Center. It stars Claude Maginot, who also helped produce the play. He was also interviewed by Amy Sheckenhausen on the radio station K-Chat to promote the play.

It's players seem to wear sequined, exceptionally tight clothes, particularly pants. It seems that the play is poorly received, as people have described it as 'Difficult to put into English.' Morgan Merryweather seems to genuinely enjoy the play, as he calls into K-Chat to talk to Maginot when he is being interviewed on the station.